- Oct 31, 2020
Bishops in Bolivia’s Amazon region praised residents of a small town who seized a light plane, apparently owned by drug traffickers, that had violated their ban on landing at the local airstrip.
In Trinidad and Tobago, some are continuing to lobby for legalization of recreational marijuana, but Archbishop Jason Gordon said he opposes such a move.
Dan Schneider’s 20-year mission to secure a resolution to his 22-year-old son’s murder and to protect young people like him has been transformed into a riveting Netflix documentary series titled simply, “The Pharmacist.”
A priest who served at several southern Illinois parishes has pleaded guilty to the distribution of child pornography and the possession of methamphetamine.
Archbishop Charles J. Chaput of Philadelphia said the city’s plan to create a safe drug injection site now that it has the legal go-ahead to do so “is simply the latest dose of despair offered by a confused and suffering culture.”
A federal appellate panel has ordered a new trial and reversed a couple’s drug convictions partly because a prosecutor cited their beliefs in a religious figure regarded as the patron saint of drug dealers and as the angel of the poor.